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MIKE BAMBER lost his two-bedroom modular home in the Sand Fire, but he was back July 31 with new lumber, new work gloves and new tools. Saved from the fire was his family crest, some military airplane commemorative plates and his pet peacock. Lost were his Vietnam medals, father's photographs and his collection of stamps and coins. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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Watch out for unlicensed contractors, state warns

By From page A1 | August 04, 2014

The Contractor’s State License Board is urging victims of the Sand Fire to ensure any contractors for debris removal or rebuilding — or even those acting as a consultant and hiring other contractors — have a valid license.

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